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Launch Tops STS-132 Crews First Day in Space

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  • Launch Tops STS-132 Crews First Day in Space

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    The liftoff and eight-and-a-half minute ascent of shuttle Atlantis into space is among the highlights of STS-132's first flight day of its 12-day mission. The six-member crew of Commander Ken Ham, Pilot Tony Antonelli and Mission Specialists Garrett Reisman, Steve Bowen, Mike Good and Piers Sellers is delivering to the ISS a cargo carrier filled with spare parts and Rassvet, the Russian Mini Research Module-1.

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  • Launch Tops STS-132 Crews First Day in Space

    29:46

    The liftoff and eight-and-a-half minute ascent of shuttle Atlantis into space is among the highlights of STS-132's first flight day of its 12-day mission. The six-member crew of Commander Ken Ham, Pilot Tony Antonelli and Mission Specialists Garrett Reisman, Steve Bowen, Mike Good and Piers Sellers is delivering to the ISS a cargo carrier filled with spare parts and Rassvet, the Russian Mini Research Module-1.

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  • Documentaries Space - Launch Tops STS 132 Crews First Day in Space

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  • STS-132: The Mission Highlights

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    From pre-launch preparations to a safe landing twelve days later, the milestones of STS-132 and its crew's accomplishments are recapped in this comprehensive look back at the latest shuttle mission to the International Space Station. Along with Atlantis' launch and return to NASA's Kennedy Space Center, other highlighted events include the mission's three spacewalks, the installation of the Russian Mini Research Module-1, Rassvet (dawn) on the ISS's Zarya module, and media interviews of the STS-132 crew of Commander Ken Ham, Pilot Tony Antonelli and Mission Specialists Garrett Reisman, Steve Bowen, Mike Good and Piers Sellers. This was the final of 32 flights by shuttle Atlantis, completing a 25-year career covering more than 120 million miles.

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  • Shuttle Atlantis STS-132 - Amazing Shuttle Launch Experience

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    Kennedy Space Center, May 14th 2010.
    I was privileged to travel to the Kennedy Space Center, to watch the launch of Atlantis, on what was then, the final scheduled flight of the orbiter (STS-132). This video is my homage to the shuttle program, through the in depth experience of a single orbiter launch. I believe we should be thankful for the Atlantis orbiter, all her astronauts, the countless NASA staff who made her fly, and the American people who created a space vehicle of extraordinary power and grace.

    This footage incorporates numerous camera views from the ground, footage I took during launch, and video and audio from NASA showing the orbiter stack itself, during takeoff and flight -- in order to experiencing the all the preparation and the resulting eight and a half minute exhilarating ride into space.

    In places, the timeline of the actual events has been extended slightly to allow us to see different viewpoints of the same moment, and better experience the amazing feat of launching a spacecraft into orbit.

    Enjoy the ride!


    MORE BACKGROUND
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    After this flight, Atlantis was processed and prepared to fly one last time... this time as on call STS-335, which would remain flight ready, should either of the remaining two orbiters flights require a rescue mission.

    A rescue flight was not needed and Congress, in a rare moment of clarity, appropriated enough money to extend the program to allowed the already flight ready Atlantis to launch one last time and to become the last shuttle mission of the Shuttle Program, as STS-135.

    Atlantis now has a home at the Kennedy Space Center.


    MUSIC TRACKS (In order of appearance)
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    1) Band Of Brothers Suite Two, Band Of Brothers, (Michael Kamen)
    2) Rise, The Space Between Us, (Craig Armstrong)
    3) After The Storm, The Space Between Us, (Craig Armstrong)
    4) After Antietam, Glory Soundtrack, (James Horner)
    5) Now We Are Free (Juba's Mix), Gladiator: More Music From The 6) Motion Picture, (Hanz Zimmer and Lisa Gerrard)
    7) Hymn, The Space Between Us, (Craig Armstrong)

  • STS-132: Astronauts Ready for Launch

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    The Atlantis crew members suit up and head to the launch pad.

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  • Space Shuttle STS-132 Astronauts Visit National Air and Space Museum

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    The astronauts of space shuttle mission STS-132 visited the National Air and Space Museum on July 27, 2010. The crew described their recent 10-day mission to the International Space Station (ISS), showing a video from the mission, and answered questions from students and visitors.

  • Ascent Team Helps Shuttle Crew into Space

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    Behind-the-scenes video of the Ascent Flight Control Team at NASA's Johnson Space Center as its members help guide the STS-132 crew aboard space shuttle Atlantis into orbit after Friday's launch from the Kennedy Space Center. Aboard Atlantis are Commander Ken Ham, Pilot Tony Antonelli and Mission Specialists Garrett Reisman, Steve Bowen, Mike Good and Piers Sellers.

  • STS-132 Ascent Highlights

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    Space shuttle Atlantis and the STS-132 crew begin the journey to the International Space Station on May 14, 2010.

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  • STS-132 Mission Video Highlights

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    Highlights of Atlantis' STS-132 mission to the International Space Station are presented in images and video.

  • Launch Replays STS-132 Atlantis 1080P

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    Camera Site 2 TV-7A, OTV Camera 70, OTV Camera 71, Patrick DOAMS TV-13 and Press site camera TV-50 - Atlantis reaches for the stars for the last time as seen from many camera angles in 1080P HD!

    STS-132 is officially under way as the shuttle and its all-veteran crew of astronauts rise up and away from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida following an on-time launch at 2:20 p.m. EDT. In approximately two minutes, Atlantis' twin white solid rocket boosters will burn out and separate, eventually falling back to the Atlantic Ocean. The shuttle's trio of main engines will propel the vehicle on the rest of its eight-and-a-half-minute climb to orbit, assisted by the two orbital maneuvering system engines.

    Launch:
    2:20 p.m. EDT - May 14, 2010
    Orbiter:
    Atlantis
    Mission Number:
    STS-132
    (132nd space shuttle flight)
    Launch Window:
    10 minutes
    Launch Pad:
    39A
    Mission Duration:
    12 days
    Landing Site:
    KSC
    Inclination/Altitude:
    51.6 degrees/122 nautical miles
    Primary Payload:
    34th station flight (ULF4), Integrated Cargo Carrier (ICC), Mini Research Module (MRM1)

    ( Yan and Justin )

  • Launch Day Nears for STS-132

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    Calling it an absolute privilege for his crew to represent NASA's space program, Commander Ken Ham told a Houston news conference that he and the other five STS-132 astronauts in attendance are looking forward to their upcoming mission aboard space shuttle Atlantis. Ham, Pilot Tony Antonelli and Mission Specialists Garrett Reisman, Mike Good, Steve Bowen and Piers Sellers will deliver a cargo carrier and a Russian Mini Research Module, Rassvet (dawn), to the International Space Station. Launch from NASA's Kennedy Space Center is targeted for May 14 at 2:20 p.m. EDT.

  • STS-132 Launch with Space Shuttle Atlantis - 05/14/2010

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    The final launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis, OV-104 on a mission to the International Space Station.

  • Ice Team Inspects NASAs Shuttle Atlantis During STS-132 Launch Countdown

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    At NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, members of the Final Inspection Team, also known as the Ice Team, performs a walkdown of Kennedy's Launch Pad 39A during space shuttle Atlantis' STS-132 launch countdown on May 14. The six-member team walks on every level of the pad's fixed service structure, inspecting the shuttle, external fuel tank, solid rocket boosters, pad structure and ground equipment for signs of ice buildup, debris or anything else that might be amiss prior to launch. As part of the inspection, photos are taken and transmitted to the launch team for review.
    A videographer for NASA was included as a member of the team to capture the first-ever up close, high-definition video of this important and hazardous inspection process.

  • STS 133: The Highlights

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    From launch to landing, space shuttle Discovery's final flight, a 13-day journey to the International Space Station, is featured in this compilation of mission highlights.

  • Discovery Launch Tops Flight Day 1

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    Discovery and its six-person crew lift off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center to begin the 11-day STS-133 mission to the International Space Station.

  • STS-132 Atlantis

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    Space Shuttle Atlantis (STS-132) lifts off from Pad 39-A Friday afternoon at the Kennedy Space Center on a 12 day mission to the International Space Station carrying a crew of 6. With only two more scheduled launches remaining this was the final launch of Atlantis. She is carrying a Russian Rassvet Mini-Research Module which will be attached to the International Space Station upon arrival.


    Video was taken from the Turn Basin which is right next to the massive Vehicle assembly building which was built to stack the large Saturn V rockets for the moon missions, is the closest any person can get to the pad during liftoff which is 3 miles from the launch pad.

    Photos of the launch can be found here

  • Shuttle Crew Enjoys Final Days of Mission

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    STS-132 Commander Ken Ham and his five crew members capture high-definition video of Flight Day 11 of their mission to the International Space Station. The day's milestones included the final safety check of space shuttle Atlantis that cleared the crew for its scheduled return to Earth on Wednesday.

  • Safe Landing Ends Atlantis Final Flight

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    STS-132 Commander Ken Ham and his five crewmates: Pilot Tony Antonelli and Mission Specialists Garrett Reisman, Steve Bowen, Mike Good and Piers Sellers are safely back on Earth after space shuttle Atlantis glided to a picture-perfect landing at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Fla. on Wednesday morning, May 26. It was Atlantis' 32nd and final flight, traveling a total of more than 120 million miles. The 12-day, STS-132 mission delivered the Russian Mini Research Module-1, Rassvet (dawn) to the International Space Station.

  • Space Shuttle Atlantis = STS-132 Launch Video

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    Atlantis' last launch. Video shot from the parking lot at Home Depot in Orlando Florida. What a spectacular Launch !!! Godspeed 132 !

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  • STS-132 Ascent Highlights

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    Space shuttle Atlantis and the STS-132 crew begin the journey to the International Space Station on May 14, 2010.

  • New Looks at Atlantis Launch

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    Highlights of the launch of space shuttle Atlantis from NASAs Kennedy Space Center, Fla. on May 14, 2010 to begin the STS-132 mission to the International Space Station. Video includes views of the liftoff from multiple cameras in and around launch pad 39A.

  • Space Shuttle Atlantis STS-132 Launch

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    The last scheduled launch of Space shuttle Atlantis, in a mission to the International Space Station.

  • Shuttle Atlantis STS-132-Amazing Space Launch Experience,International Space Station,NASA

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    Published on Feb 20, 2019

    Space shuttle Atlantis and it's six crew began an 11-day's delivery flight to the International Space Station on Monday with a2.28 p.m.

    Atlantis is carriying about 30,000 pound's of replacement part's for system that provide power to the station.I was privilege to travel to the kennedy Space Center,to watch the launch of Atlantis, the finalscheduled flight of the orbiter(STS-132). This video is my
    homage to the shuttle program,
    through the in depth experience of a
    single orbiter Launch.I believe we should be thankful for the Atlantis
    orbiter,all her astronauts,the countless NASA staff who made her
    fly,and the American people who created a space vehicle of extra
    ordinary power and grace.

    In places, the timeline of the actual
    events has been extended slightly
    to allow us to see defferent view
    points of the same moment,and
    better experience the amazing feat
    of launching a spacecraft into orbit.

    In places, the timeline of the actual
    events has been extended slightly to
    allow us to see different viewpoints of the same moment, and better
    experience the amazing feat of
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  • Space Shuttle Atlantis Launch STS-132

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    Courtesy: NASA
    Space shuttle Atlantis is embarking on its final planned mission. During the 12-day flight, Atlantis and six astronauts will fly to the International Space Station, leaving behind a Russian Mini Research Module, a set of batteries for the station's truss and dish antenna, along with other replacement parts.

    NASA astronaut Ken Ham will command an all-veteran flight crew: Pilot Tony Antonelli, and Mission Specialists Michael Good, Garrett Reisman, Piers Sellers and Steve Bowen.

    After the final STS-132 Flight Readiness Review, John Shannon, Space Shuttle Program manager, pointed out that Atlantis' last planned mission will be an exciting one.

    Twelve days, three [spacewalks], tons of robotics... We're putting on spares that make us feel good about the long-term sustainability of the ISS, replacing batteries that have been up there for a while, and docking a Russian-built ISS module, Shannon said. This flight has a little bit of everything, and it's been a great preparation for the team.

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  • STS-133 Flight Day 1 Highlights

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    A look at the first day of the final flight of space shuttle Discovery. Discovery lifted off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center at 4:50 p.m. EST Thursday to deliver a new module and critical supplies to the International Space Station.

    The STS-133 mission is delivering the Permanent Multipurpose Module (PMM), a facility created from the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module named Leonardo. The module can support microgravity experiments in areas such as fluid physics, materials science, biology and biotechnology. Inside the PMM is Robonaut 2, a dextrous robot that will become a permanent resident of the station. Discovery also is carrying critical spare components to the space station and the Express Logistics Carrier 4, an external platform that holds large equipment.

  • STS-132 Space Shuttle Atlantis Mission Highlights

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    A complete edited video of the STS-132 mission that took back in May of 2010. Please subscribe and like this video. Any feedback is appreciated

  • Crew-1 Mission | Launch

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    Coast Phase:

    SpaceX and NASA are targeting Sunday, November 15 for Falcon 9’s launch of Dragon’s first operational crew mission (Crew-1) to the International Space Station (ISS) from historic Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The instantaneous launch window opens at 7:27 p.m. EST on November 15, 00:27 UTC on November 16. Following stage separation, SpaceX will attempt to land Falcon 9’s first stage on the “Just Read the Instructions” droneship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. The launch webcast will go live about 4 hours before liftoff. Tune in here to watch live.

  • STS-132: Liftoff Atlantis!

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    Space shuttle Atlantis begins the STS-132 mission as it carries the six-member crew toward the International Space Station.

  • Space Shuttle Atlantis STS-132

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    In the memory of our visit to KSC
    Space Shuttle Atlantis
    STS-132

    For the first and last time in my whole life, I had this chance to witness the launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis on its mission STS-132. I was lucky enough to manage this trip in order to turn my dream into a reality, before the end of Space Shuttle era.

    14 May 2010
    Kennedy Space Center
    Merritt Island, Florida

  • Space Shuttle Flight STS-132

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    This amazing video shows NASA's Atlantis Space Shuttle leaving the launch pad for its final flight from The Kennedy Space Center.

  • Atlantis Crew Rehearses Launch Countdown

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    ‪The four-member crew of the final space shuttle mission participated in a full launch dress rehearsal, known as the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test, on June 23 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The test provided an opportunity for the crew and ground teams to participate in various simulated countdown activities, including equipment familiarization, emergency training and a simulated launch countdown. Atlantis' crew members are Commander Chris Ferguson, Pilot Doug Hurley, and Mission Specialists Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim.
    ‪During the 12-day STS-135 mission, Atlantis' astronauts will deliver to the International Space Station the Raffaello multi-purpose logistics module filled with supplies, logistics and spare parts that will sustain station operations once the shuttles are retired this summer. Atlantis' launch is targeted for July 8. This will be the final flight of the Space Shuttle Program.

  • Smooth Sailing for STS-132

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    With space shuttle Atlantis remaining docked to the International Space Station, the STS-132 crew prepared for the first of their three spacewalks scheduled for the mission. Mission Specialists Garrett Reisman, Steve Bowen and Mike Good will each conduct two of the EVAs.

  • Atlantis Crew Takes a Break

    19:56

    Nearing the end of their busy, week-long stay at the International Space Station, the STS-132 crew members enjoy a well-deserved five-plus hours of off-duty time. Commander Ken Ham, Pilot Tony Antonelli and Mission Specialists Garrett Reisman, Steve Bowen, Mike Good and Piers Sellers are scheduled to begin their journey back to Earth on Sunday when space shuttle Atlantis undocks from the ISS. Landing is slated for Wednesday.

  • Astro Van STS-132 Crew in HD

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    Trimmed video of the Astro Van drive by with STS-132 Crew on the way to the pad

  • STS-132 Flyaround

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    Space shuttle Atlantis performs a flyaround of the International Space Station after undocking at 11:22 a.m. EDT on Sunday, May 23, 2010.

  • STS-132 Atlantis: Ingress part 1

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    The astronauts are boarding Space Shuttle Atlantis.

  • STS-132 Flight Day 2 OBSS Inspection Timelapse

    2:58

  • Atlantis STS132 Launch.mov

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    May 14 NASA Launch of STS132 from KSC Orl

  • STS-132 SRB Cameras! High Quality H264

    9:54

    AMAZING! Simply astounding views.

    Launch:
    2:20 p.m. EDT - May 14, 2010
    Orbiter:
    Atlantis
    Mission Number:
    STS-132
    (132nd space shuttle flight)
    Launch Window:
    10 minutes
    Launch Pad:
    39A
    Mission Duration:
    12 days
    Landing Site:
    KSC
    Inclination/Altitude:
    51.6 degrees/122 nautical miles
    Primary Payload:
    34th station flight (ULF4), Integrated Cargo Carrier (ICC), Mini Research Module (MRM1)

    ( Yan and Justin )

  • STS-132 Suitup and Walkout

    3:47

    STS-132: The Atlantis crew members suit up and head to the launch pad.

    If a recognizable person appears in this video, use for commercial purposes may infringe a right of privacy or publicity. It may not be used to state or imply the endorsement by NASA employees of a commercial product, process or service, or used in any other manner that might mislead. Accordingly, it is requested that if this video is used in advertising and other commercial promotion, layout and copy be submitted to NASA prior to release.

  • Shuttle Atlantis Launch STS-132

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    stirfryTV EXCLUSIVE: NASA Space Shuttle Atlantis was launched on the STS-132 mission to the International Space Station (5/14/10).

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  • STS-132 Atlantis Crew

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    The crew for Space Shuttle Atlantis mission STS-132 getting ready to be transported to the launch pad.

  • STS-132 Atlantis Commemorative Message

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    The STS-132 crew members share their thoughts on the possible final flight of space shuttle Atlantis.

  • Shuttle Docks with Space Station

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    Space shuttle Atlantis and its six-member crew joined up with the International Space Station Sunday morning, May 16. STS-132 Commander Ken Ham and crew are delivering spare parts and a Russian Mini Research Module called Rassvet to the orbiting complex.

  • Shuttle Astronauts Happy to be Home

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    STS-132 Commander Ken Ham, Pilot Tony Antonelli and Mission Specialists Garrett Reisman, Steve Bowen, Mike Good and Piers Sellers speak with journalists about the accomplishments of their twelve-day, round trip journey to the International Space Station and how it feels to be back on Earth.

  • ♦ Last Space Shuttle Launch ♦ STS-135 ♦ PiP Outside & Inside View ♦ Full Cockpit + Crew Audio

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    Last Space Shuttle Launch of STS-135
    PiP Outside & Inside View
    With Full Cockpit + Crew Audio

    STS-135 is the final mission of NASA's Space Shuttle Program launched from NASA's Kennedy Space Center at 11:29 a.m. EDT on Friday, July 8, 2011.

    Crew: Commander Chris Ferguson, Pilot Doug Hurley, Mission Specialists Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim.

    The 12-day mission delivered the Raffaello multi-purpose logistics module filled with more than 8,000 pounds of supplies and spare parts to sustain space station operations after the shuttles are retired.

    STS-135 is the 135th shuttle flight, the 33rd flight for Atlantis and the 37th shuttle mission dedicated to station assembly and maintenance.

  • Space Shuttle STS-132 Launch from NASA Causeway

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    After several trips down and many launch scrubs, we finally got a payoff! Recorded in 720p HD with a Pentax K-7 DSLR mounted on a William Optics 80mm APO refractor telescope.

    Note the booster sep clearly visible at about 2:18.

  • STS-132 Atlantis Behind the Scenes 1: Space Toilet

    7:44

    Mike Massimino helps answer the one question he and other astronauts get asked most often: How do you 'go' in space? Mike catches up with STS-132 Mission Specialists Steve Bowen and Piers Sellers as they get some refreshers on the use of shuttle Atlantis' Space Potty. (Training includes an alignment camera.) Bowen, Sellers and their four crewmates are scheduled to launch aboard Atlantis for the International Space Station on May 14. The workings of a space toilet, on STS-132: Behind the Scenes, Vol. 1.

  • STS-132 Atlantis: Ingress part 3

    11:02

    e astronauts are boarding Space Shuttle Atlantis.

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